Tips from the DFB Guide: Epcot Food and Wine Festival on a Budget

It’s less than a month before the kick off for the 2015 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!

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All the fun begins on September 25, and runs for more than seven weeks, wrapping up on November 16.

While there are tons of Special Events, including Regional Lunches and Dinners, Pairing Meals, and Demonstrations and Seminars, one thing is for sure: the Festival can get very pricey, very fast.

But you know what? It doesn’t have to be.

Some of the most fun and educational events are low in cost, and there are even free demonstrations and exhibits that you can take advantage of.

Today, let’s spend a little time exploring one the most useful — and one of my favorite! — strategies from the DFB Guide to the Food and Wine Festival, 2015 Edition. We’ve fully updated this popular guide with all of the 2015 information to help you make the most of your visit to this year’s festival.

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2010 Epcot Food & Wine Festival: Tagline and Some Eat to the Beat Entertainers Announced

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WDWNews.com just put out a press release mentioning a few details about the 2010 Epcot Food & Wine Festival!

2010 Eat to the Beat Concerts
A lineup of recording artists is scheduled to perform Oct. 1-Nov. 14 at America Gardens Theatre. Night Ranger, Boyz II Men, Taylor Dayne and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy are among the musically diverse acts scheduled to appear on designated dates (lineup is subject to change without notice). The concerts are included with Epcot admission. More information will be available as we hear it on our Eat to the Beat Concerts page.

Festival Tagline
Launched in 1996, the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival celebrates it’s 15th Anniversary this year! To commemorate this, the tagline “15 years of delicious discoveries” has been announced. As usual, the Festival will focus on the World Showcase promenade, where more than 20 “marketplaces” will be set up offering food representative of countries around the world.

While specific details are still in development for the 15th annual festival, expect talented culinarians from across America and around the world to be involved with the marketplaces as well as with specialty dinners, tequila tastings, seminars featuring cooking demonstrations and wine tastings, and the popular Saturday night grand tastings – Party for the Senses.

Check out all of our 2010 Epcot Food & Wine Festival Coverage here!